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Internal Temperatures?


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garretbcripe

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Hey all!

I noticed that Everest indicates that my CPU, hardrives, and whatever else that amazing little program monitors are all running at temperatures hovering around 50 degrees celcius. i was just curious if that was too high for comfort...thanks in advance.

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Neil Jones

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As a general rule - no. I'm currently running at 52 degrees. But then it has been a very hot day today. Can quite easily see the same system, no other changes, running at less than 30 degrees in the winter, got it down to 28 at one point.

As long as it doesn't hover around the mid to high 60s on a permanent basis, no need to worry.
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well everest is usually wrong with reading my temps, go into the bios anc check the monitor the temperature in that, im sure it would be more accurate.
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how are you able to check the temp of the comp?
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well everest is usually wrong with reading my temps, go into the bios anc check the monitor the temperature in that, im sure it would be more accurate.

everest and the other programs get the info they display from the same sensors that the bios use...so if everest isn't accurate for your board ..the bios wont be accurate either..


try speedfan also...

http://www.softpedia.../SpeedFan.shtml
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My system also hover at 50C. You can also check the temp if you are using Nvidia GC via the NVidia control panel.
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Thanks all!
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